STR #215 05/12/15 S7e23 “Hollander’s Woods” Recap Season 7 Finale

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Well, there you have it, folks! Season 7 of Castle has officially come to an end, and what an end it was! Our beloved team of Terri Edda Miller and Andrew W Marlowe penned last night’s episode, “Hollander’s Woods.” Along with veteran director Paul Holahan, the team we have affectionately come to know as MilMar delivered a season finale that was satisfying in so many ways.

We hope you enjoyed last night’s episode and will join us tonight on Stana Talk Radio to share your thoughts on “Hollander’s Woods.” Here are our discussion questions:

1. What did you think about the episode overall? What were some particularly powerful moments or elements that stood out to you for one reason or another?

2. It was widely known that when AWM and Terri wrote this episode they didn’t know if this would be the season or series finale. Had this been the series finale would you have been satisfied with that ending? Why or why not?

3. Though there was no major cliffhanger, we know that Beckett is facing a crossroads in her career. Will she continue on to become Captain of her own precinct or will she decide to go the political route and run for state Senate? What are your predictions for KBC in S8? What would you most like to see happen? What’s best for the series?

4. Though many fans are sad to see AWM and Terri Edda Miller leave the Castle team, there is a lot of excitement over the new show-running team of Terence Paul Winter and Alexi Hawley (who returns to Castle after a stint with The Following). How do you feel about these behind-the-scenes changes? What do you think it might mean for S8 of Castle (and possibly beyond)?

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